“Poor Blacks Overwhelmingly Support Vouchers”
Of course they do. But until they stop voting for wealthier blacks — or the white plantation owners that crack the identity politics whip for the Democratic Party — they’re out of luck. Moreover, they have themselves at least partially to blame.
The federal government wants control over education. Teacher’s unions don’t want competition, nor do they wish their members judged with an eye toward the best and brightest, but with an eye toward protecting the sinecures of the most pedestrian and uninspiring. And the media, as an arm of big government social activism, simply hitches its cart to the progressives, whom they believe must have some scary smart, politically-savvy reason for making sure many inner-city children are stuck in poor, dangerous, and dysfunctional schools.
What the media won’t admit is that the answer as to why the progressives continue to oppose vouchers is staring them right in their Obamazmatized faces: poor education creates a permanent underclass, allows for political indoctrination, and keeps the Democrat Party flush with those most susceptible to voting “in their financial interests” — which is merely code for “welfare, entitlements, and subsidies, etc” of the kind that keep our most ignorant sector of the public, those who’ve been poorly educated and turned into slaves to the state, perpetually on the dole, where a recent study showed they make the tax-free equivalent of working men and women who earn about $60K yearly.
It’s an enormous redistribution scheme, dazzling in its cynicism and mind-boggling in its distaste for the American people it wishes to see reduced to voting subjects.
– Which someone with some balls should remind them the next time they go to vote. Because it isn’t a white President or a white Attorney General suing to prevent vouchers in Louisiana, for instance. It’s a pair of black men who surround themselves with the trappings of fiery civil rights rhetoric while all the while doing everything in their power to prevent the very civil rights advances that would take away one of their perpetual rallying cries, a monotonous, predictable droning that serves only to drum up the votes of a victim class they themselves keep locked up on the liberal plantation.
Eric Holder has a dream. But if you look at it closely, you can’t help coming away thinking that dream is that Martin Luther King, Jr., would have just shut the hell up.